Rose Marie Ingo Roderick took her peaceful journey with her family by her side Feb. 4, 2011. Predeceased by her husband of 49 years, Robert R. Roderick; twin sons; father and mother, Tony and Bessie (Musso) Ingo; daughter-in-law, Debbie Buffington; sisters, Ruth (Al) Hinds and Florence (Al) Mendicello; nephews, Anthony Ingo and Sammo Ingo III; numerous aunts and uncles. Left to cherish her memory her children, Betty (Ted) Roop, Bob Roderick, Phyllis (Don) Montoya, Tony (Barb) Roderick and Joe Roderick, all of Pueblo; grandchildren, Russell (Amy) Roop, Ted (Renee) Roop, Kristin Montoya, Syvanna (Steve) Kilduff and Laci (Eric) Ferguson; great-grandchildren, Lloyd Anaya, Jake, Adrianna, MacKenzie, Harley and Kylee Roop and Brady Kilduff; brother, Sam (Dorothy) Ingo; special fourth son, Larry Chavez; numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, cousins, special neighbors and friends. Rose Marie was born Feb. 5, 1931, on St. Charles Mesa on the family farm. She worked at St. Mary Corwin as a food service supervisor. She loved to share her cooking and baking talents with others and always wanted to feed everyone that came to her home. She was a very loyal and compassionate person; always willing to help others. She faithfully stayed involved in the Italian tradition of the St. Joseph tables. To know her was to love her. She never met a stranger. She loved to spend time with her children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and special neighbors. Member of St. Theresa Society Lodge and Eagles Auxiliary. The family would like to thank Toni and Cyndra of Sangre de Cristo Hospice. Viewing from 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Rosary and prayer service, 6 p.m. Tuesday and funeral Mass, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2011. Both services at St. Leander Church, 1401 E. 6th St. Interment will follow at Roselawn Cemetery. Online condolences, MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. ROSE WILL BE MISSED BY EVERYONE AT THE NORTH SIDE CAMPBELLS FLOWERS, SHE WAS ALWAYS AMAZED BY THE WAY THE SHOP LOOKED AND SMELLED. WE WILL THINK OF MOMMA ROSES EVERY OPEN HOUSE AND EVERYDAY!

  2. Our hearts go out to you for not only the loss of your mom but also your best friend. We are sure she is looking down at you and if she could she would tell you she had a wonderful birthday with God and what a grand celebration it was! She will be missed by all as she was truly one in a million. Love Jim & Deb

  3. My thoughts and prayers goes out to the entire Roderick family. I had the pleasure of knowing Rose for 30+ years. She always was a very caring and loving person. I know that I am a better person for having known her. Godspeed and Rest in Peace Rose,You deserve it.

  4. I WILL MISS ROSE’S SWEET LITTLE VOICE ON THE PHONE IN THE MORNING WHEN SHE CALLED THE SHOP AND CHECKED UP ON HER JOE. AND I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER THE DAY WE WENT DRIVING AROUND THE COUNTY AND SHE TOLD ME STORIES. ROSE WAS A WONDERFUL LADY AND TOUCHED ALOT OF LIVES.

  5. Roderick families,Ro, was a very special person, her love for everyone was unconditional,see saw no wrong in anyone or anything.She spent her birthday in HEAVEN this year with all of her loved ones.May God Bless you all,and remember our love and peace are with you. Jim,Shirley Alllenback

  6. My heart was broken the day I saw my “Gramma” Rose’s name in the newspaper. I was so blessed to have some special times with her these last few months. She always treated me like her granddaughter even when I was a little girl. When I would see her she would hug and kiss me and call me babe. This is really hard for me. But now I know she is happy and spending time with her best friend Issy, my gramma, Isabel Chavez. Two peas in a pod. They were so alike. My prayers go out to all the Roderick family, especially Joe, Phyllis, Don and Kristen. I love you all.

  7. Dear Tony and Roderick and Ingo families:

    I send my most heartfelt sympathy. May you find comfort in knowing that many people thought the world of your mother and aunt.

  8. Tony, Bobby and family, I was deeply saddened to hear of your loss. My thoughts are with you. Rose was always nice to me when I was a kid and I always appreciated that. May your memories give you strength.

  9. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I will always remember her smile and the way she and your Dad would dance at weddings. She was always so much fun.
    Love,
    Marietta Howell Dodson

  10. I was just broken-hearted to hear of your Mother’s passing. She was always a very special cousin. I’m sorry I won’t be able to attend her mass.
    All my love and condolences,
    Dolly Howell

  11. To the Roderick Family:
    Very saddened to hear about the loss of Rose. I do remember her fondly. She held a very special place in my mother’s heart, Florence Ingo, who was her half-sister. Nothing but kind words and warm thoughts. God Bless you all, Ed Mendicello

  12. We miss you so much! glad we got to come see you a couple weeks ago .. Brady still talks about Ice cream with Grandma Rose … I cant believe I cant call you with cooking advice .. Grandma please watch over me and my family you truley are an Angel if any one ever was… Love you tell papa hi for us!

  13. We miss you so much! glad we got to come see you a couple weeks ago .. Brady still talks about Ice cream with Grandma Rose … I cant believe I cant call you with cooking advice .. Grandma please watch over me and my family you truley are an Angel if any one ever was… Love you tell papa hi for us!

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